This Week in Employee Engagement: March 9, 2018

The utter explosion of digital content presents countless opportunities for learning. Start here to narrow down your search each week in the often overwhelming landscape of employee engagement thought leadership!


What We’re Reading This Week:

How to Bring Out the Best in Your People and Your CompanyDiscover how a culture of belonging, positive storytelling, and meaningful work play a role in culture and how leaders can influence engagement and satisfaction with intentional measures.

Recognition Can Help Connect People to Your Values and MissionHow can a culture of recognition and gratitude impact the way employees feel about their work? Learn more in this article from TLNT and read new employee engagement research.

Want Happy Employees in 2018? Keep Them ConnectedIn a recent study, 81 percent of office workers said state-of-the-art technology was more important to them than office layout or amenities. The same study found U.S. workers who said their company’s technology is “ahead of the curve” feel approximately “twice as creative, motivated and valued.”

Organizations Don’t Change Until People DoIn this article from HR Bartender, Sharlyn Lauby explains a five-step process called ADKAR to help support change management through awareness, desire, knowledge, ability and reinforcement.

From CultureNext:

Engaged Customers Come From Engaged Employees — In hospitality, employees make or break the guest experience. While it may seem like common sense, it needs to be said: Asking employees to treat guests better than they’re treated themselves isn’t a road to a quality customer experience. Learn more how happy employees make for happy customers and what organizations can do to influence employee engagement and transform the customer experience.

Best Places to Work 2018 — Maritz is proud to be named one of the Best Places to Work by St. Louis Business Journal again this year! We are so proud of all the work our team does year-round and we’re honored they continue to share their talent with our organization. Celebrate with us on Twitter!

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